More About Illegal Operation Error
Illegal Operation error
is certain sort of error which occurs in the Windows
environment if some malfunctioning takes place that
means your system was attempting to do something but
it is not able to perform the Job. Illegal Operation
error can take place for different factors.
The very common causes behind this error include the
confliction with the memory or the program when some
third Party program is trying to access the same memory
block. If the system tries to read some data from a
specific source but the data is not at all readable.
Suppose the user inserts a corrupted magnetic disc into
the CD or DVD drive and tries to read it, and the system
is not able to perform the operation properly, in those
cases this sort of error can appear.
Fragmentation of large memory block due to some application
program or game software in your hard drive also causes
Illegal Operation error. If you are
attempting to run game software from floppy disc or
any other media you need to check your floppy disc whether
it has any sort of physical disc error or not. Incompatible
Driver software, Corrupted memory settings, any internal
error in the program can also cause Illegal
Operation error. In such cases the user needs
to uninstall the application and reinstall that specific
application which is causing the illegal operation error.
In this way the damaged or corrupted files are verified
and replaced during the reinstallation process.
Sometimes the video or graphics drivers may cause Illegal
Operation error. The problem can be with the
lower quality of the graphics and even the problem can
occur with the higher quality of drivers. Even after
adjusting the graphics settings if you still encounter
the same error you need to check out whether your system
is utilizing the recent drivers or not. Even the corruption
can happen due to virus infection. One needs to run
the scanning process regularly with antivirus programs.